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WEEE recycling

We are one of the leading WEEE recycling companies in India, where we manage the E-waste by swiftly collecting, dismantle in a safe & flexible way.

We aim in simplifying the recycling of Waste electrical & electronic equipment so that the hazardous contents of Electrical & Electronic Equipment can be reduced diverting to the Landfill in an efficient way.

We are Greens Recology. An end-to-end recycling and waste management company.

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At Greens Recology, we work closely with domestic and international brands to manage their EPR mandate in India. We have not only helped with responsible recycling but also helped with setting up collection centres pan India. We have highly skilled labourers to carry out the end to end recyling process

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What We Do

We collect E-waste, Battery waste, hazardous and non hazardous waste from the centres.

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Glass

COLLECTION

The first stage in the recycling process for e-waste is the collection of electronic products through recycling bins, collection locations, take-back programs, or on-demand collection services. The mixed e-waste is then taken to specialized electronics recyclers.

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STORAGE

While safe storage may not appear critical, it can prove very important. For example, the glass screens of Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT) TVs and monitors are highly contaminated by lead. In the past, they were recycled into new computer monitors, but the growth of new technology and subsequent decline in demand for CRT products means much of this glass is now simply being stored indefinitely.

Metal

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Plastic

MANUAL SORTING, DISMANTLING, SHREDDING

E-waste then goes through the initial stage of manual sorting, where various items (such as batteries and bulbs) are removed for their own processing. This is the stage at which some items may also be manually dismantled for components, reuse, or the recovery of valuable materials.

E-waste is then shredded into small pieces allowing for accurate sorting of materials, a key part of the process. Most electronics are a mix of materials, and breaking items down into pieces that measure just a few centimeters means they can be separated mechanically.

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MECHANICAL SEPERATION

The shredded e-waste is passed under a giant magnet, which is able to pull ferrous metals such as iron and steel from the mix of waste. In addition to this, an eddy current may also be used, separating the nonferrous metals. These materials can then be diverted to dedicated recycling plants for smelting. Other materials such as metal-embedded plastic and circuit boards are also separated at this stage.

With a solid waste stream that now consists mainly of plastic and glass, water is used to separate the materials, further purifying for the separation of different plastics as well as hand-sorting obvious contaminants.

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RECOVERY

The shredded e-waste is passed under a giant magnet, which is able to pull ferrous metals such as iron and steel from the mix of waste. In addition to this, an eddy current may also be used, separating the nonferrous metals. These materials can then be diverted to dedicated recycling plants for smelting. Other materials such as metal-embedded plastic and circuit boards are also separated at this stage.

With a solid waste stream that now consists mainly of plastic and glass, water is used to separate the materials, further purifying for the separation of different plastics as well as hand-sorting obvious contaminants.

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OUR FOUNDER

Mr. Anbu Raj have served the nation for 15 years in military, after serving the nation i always wanted to work towards the enviroment, Hence i got an oppurtunity to work in waste management and this led to start the E-Waste Recycling Plant and now working towards betterment of the nature. 
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Greens

Recology

Greens Recology Company Plot No – 415, SY No – 3/14, KIADB Vasanthanarsapura Industrial Area, Yaladadlu Village, Kora, Hobli, Tumakuru, Karnataka 572138

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